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COTTER on PECK of Taita

Journal by ngairedith

the COTTER on the tree as at 27 Aug 2010

ALICE MAY Cotter (1876 - 1963)
- married Edward George HARRIS 1896 in Masterton
- married Stanislaus James MORAN 1918

EDITH MARY Cotter (1867 - 1942)
- married Arthur COMETTI 1887 in Wellington

- married Alice Rose Emma PEARMAN in 1894
- married Kathleen Ida KNELL in 1923

- married Annie Mabel STEVENS in 1929

JAMES Cotter (1844 - 1882)
- born in Masterton
- married Rosina WILLIAMS in 1866
- their known children:
1867 - Edith Mary Cotter
1869 - unnamed baby Cotter
1871 - Pierce James Cotter
1872 - Rosina Cotter
1874 - Charles Cotter
- died in Greytown

JOHN Cotter (1852-)
- son of Pierce Cotter & Margaret Brown

JOHN JOSEPH Cotter (1874 - 1941)
- married Lilla TANKERSLEY (1880-1954) 1900
- may have re married
- died in Masterton

LUCY MATILDA EVA Cotter (1900-)
- married Henry Neville ROSS in 1921

LULU TRIBLY Cotter (1897-)
- married Edward WILSON

NAIOMI MAY Cotter (1920-)
- married Harold OAKLEY

PIERCE Cotter (1816 - 1894)
- married Margaret BROWN 1840
- buried in Greytown

PIERCE Cotter (1849 - 1892)
- married Selina WOTTON in 1870
- buried in Masterton

PIERCE Cotter (1872-1948)
- married Elizabeth Jessie HARRIS in 1896 in Wellington

SELINA MATILDA Cotter (1877-1940)
- married Hugh Read WELCH in 1896
- married Albert John PARTON in 1911

- married Carl PEDERSEN in 1921

SPENCER HAROLD Cotter (1896-1985)
- married Ethel Louisa HAWKES in 1921

THOMAS Cotter (1847-1889)
- son of Pierce Cotter & Margaret Brown
- arrived from Australia Jan 1849 on the "Margaret Brock'. He was a Farmer in Silverstream, Upper Hutt
- married Susannah DIXON (1842-1877) 1868 in Masterton. Daughter of Charles DIXON & Mary KIRTON from Worksop, Nottinghamshire to Wellington, then in 1854 with their first 10 children they moved up to Masterton, where they named their farm 'Worksop' (see photo below). There is now a Worksop Road in Masterton
... see also Dixons of Masterton
- Thomas next married Emma Ann HAYBITTLE (1859-1929) in Wellington 1879

Worksop Farm, Masterton
c1863 by William Mein SMith
home of Charles Dixon, Masterton's first settler
... taken from Alexander Turnbull Library

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on 2010-08-31 10:18:50


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by Kerry1950 on 2012-08-23 02:08:26

Trying to track a mate David ( Dave) of Waltons Av Masterton NZ, brother Paul. Dave was in the Army and thought he was to become a Motor cycle cop. We were great mates in the 70's

Would love to contact him >>>>>>thanks Kerry Challis

by ngairedith on 2012-08-23 04:43:10

was that a Dave Cotter or a Dave Challis ??

did he go to St Joseph's ??

by Kerry1950 on 2013-06-06 22:56:23


Sorry I did not notice the reply. It was David Cotter, brother Paul. He was in the NZ Army and a mechanic. I think he went to Hastings as a motor cycle cop. We rode bikes in the 70's to-gether around the Masterton area. Not sure what school he went to, I do not think St Joes. Wore glasses and was with a lady whom had two little girls..
My email address is [email protected]

Will check back here to see if you know anything many thanks Kerry Challis

by Kerry1950 on 2015-11-22 18:26:17

Does any one have any information Iam have a dickens of a time trying to find David Please if you have any information contact me or let him know if he is alive ....Kerry Challis

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